Three great ways to bring the Constitution LIVE to your students!
Scholar Exchanges: Public Classes
Part lecture and part lively conversation, these weekly classes are accessible to the public so that students, teachers, and parents can join scholars for discussions on on core constitutional topics. Each week this school year, three classes will be offered: an introductory session, an advanced session, and a Fun Friday Session with distinguished guest scholars.
Scholar Exchanges: Peer-to Peer
Teachers can schedule their class to join peer-to-peer scholar exchanges, allowing students to review the materials with scholars in a smaller group for more one-on-one support to improve constitutional understanding, promote deeper understanding, and enhance opportunities for civil discourse and discussion. Sessions for the 2021/2022 academic year will be offered Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Virtual Exhibit Tours
Virtual tours provide learners the opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes experience hearing the personal stories and historic context that bring the Constitution to life. One of the Center’s museums educators will walk your group through our exhibits live, which will allow your group to interact with them directly to ask questions or engage with other groups on tour!
Learning at the Museum
The Center’s hands-on exhibits, engaging programs, and inspiring theatrical performances immerse visitors in constitutional history.
Cutting-edge, standards-based civic education programs connect the Constitution with your classroom curriculum.